Date of Degree
Matthew K. Gold
DH, Digital Humanities, minimal computing, prison, reentry, education
DH in Prison is a capstone and thesis in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Digital Humanities, The City University of New York. My thesis discusses the need for including digital humanities courses in college-in-prison programs, and outlines how minimal computing methods can be used to offer incarcerated students an introductory digital humanities course and teach them the necessary technical skills. My capstone, Intro to DH, is a proof of concept for the course itself.
Pringle, Sabina, "DH in Prison" (2020). CUNY Academic Works.
Project website 1 (“DH in Prison”) Archived version of https://binipringle.github.io/dh-in-prison/ Archived website as a WARC file, created using webrecorder.io – web archive player available at https://github.com/webrecorder/webrecorderplayer-electron
site2-introtodh-20200514150931.warc (9428 kB)
Project website 2 (“Intro to DH”) Archived version of https://binipringle.github.io/intro-to-dh/ Archived website as a WARC file, created using webrecorder.io – web archive player available at https://github.com/webrecorder/webrecorderplayer-electron
site1-github-repository.zip (30561 kB)
Project website 1 (“DH in Prison”) GitHub repository at time of deposit
site2-github-repository.zip (43881 kB)
Project website 2 (“Intro to DH”) Github repository at time of deposit